Scuderia Sportiva Colonia


Vehicle data




Body typeCoupe


Engine capacity3453 ccm

Power277 HP

Topspeed262 km/h

Acceleration 0-100 km/h6 sec

Weight empty1430 kg




Brakes frontDisc

Brakes rearDisc

Tachometer counter (read)11.029 kms

First registeredn. a.

Previous owners3

Matching numbersyes

SSC number486

Exterior colourred

Interior colourblack

Manufacturer's colour code (exterior)n. a.

Interior materialPartly leather

Sun roofno

Electrical windowsyes

Folding topno


Power steeringno

Price offeredPrice on request

VAT deductableno

Car description

History of the M1

The first mid-engine sports car from BMW appeared in 1978. This BMW icon was drawn by the star designer of his time: Giorgio Giugaro. BMW commissioned the struggling company Lamborghini to design parts and build the first M1. Lack of quality and unreliability at Lamborghini meant that after a few models, the "joint venture" was drawn to a close. It was then decided that the Italian specialist Marchesi would supply the tubular space frames and T.I.R. made the plastic body. Italdesign already had experience with the discontinued production of the Maserati Bora (also a mid-engine sports car) and as a result now assembled the bodies on the frames and transported the finished bodies to Baur in Stuttgart. Motorsport GmbH, founded especially for the M1, supplied the engines there and ZF the drive. Baur then completed this M1, a civilized racing car for the road. Obstetricians were Jochen Nerpasch and BMW engine guru Paul Rosche. Without a doubt, the M1 is still an icon of BMW sports cars, which was certainly also due to the BMW Procar racing series created especially for it, which took place in 1979 and 1980 before the actual Formula 1 races. The famous F1 drivers like Niki Lauda 1979 and Nelson Piquet 1980 each achieved the overall victory. Flat, wide, wedge-shaped were the optical ingredients, two overhead camshafts, a 3.5 liter 6 cylinder four-valve engine (a sensation at the time) with 277 hp, 5-speed ZF transmission and mid-engine concept, the technical ingredients for this BMW legend.

Vita of the M1 offered here

Our BMW M1 was in sensible collector's hands from the start. Via first delivery in Switzerland it got directly to a German collector and then via an English enthusiast to a splendid collection in Germany. All previous owners have only ridden this icon a little. The last owner asked us to sell his BMW M1. This M1 was serviced by specialists throughout its life, in England the GFK parts were given a wafer-thin repainting in their original color. The highlights of the maintenance in recent years have included a new control unit, overhaul of the ZF transmission including differential, as well as overhaul of brake systems including new discs and pads. The odometer reads just over 11,000 KM, which due to the mint condition of the interior and the engine can be seen as authentic and can be traced on the basis of the present invoices and service booklet. Of course everything is completely "matching". An excellent vehicle and an asset to any ambitious BMW collection.

Conclusion: A real collector's item from BMW, of which only 453 pieces were built.


This offer is non-binding and subject to prior sale. Additional services such as large 154 pt. Comprehensive inspection, new TÜV, H approval, transport, registration in Germany, appraisals, etc. are possible for a separate expense allowance.

This vehicle offered here is in our factory in Cologne-Kalk, Vietor Str. 85, 51103 Cologne. Here you will find a selection of 80 historically valuable classics - ONLY BY PRE-REGISTRATION.

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Scuderia Sportiva Colonia
Vietor Str. 85
51103 Köln
Fon +49 (0) 221 985 31 03
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